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    2011 RXT Cooling Flow

    I am wanting to put a strainer in on my new ski and was wondering about the flow direction. Am I right in saying that the flow is from the IBR actuator to the front part of the Exhaust Manifold and to the Intercooler, basically flow starts at the IBR actuator...



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    You want to "strain" the raw water going to the IC which is #5. I would also throw a "tow valve" on #3.

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    Cool, BIG thanks!!!

    Edit to add: I also bought the PWC500 bilge pump. I am planning on mounting it in front of the front motor mount and plumbing it's exit in the foot well area, above the forward most pad. Are those good locations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXT-260-DOO View Post
    Cool, BIG thanks!!!

    Edit to add: I also bought the PWC500 bilge pump. I am planning on mounting it in front of the front motor mount and plumbing it's exit in the foot well area, above the forward most pad. Are those good locations?
    Thats where I mounted mine. Lowest point in the hull when stopped. Works perfect!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    Thats where I mounted mine. Lowest point in the hull when stopped. Works perfect!!
    Sweet!!! Thanks Glade...

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